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Nov 3, 2013 12:30pm PST
or the greeks feel about their own countries. a harvard law graduate his grasp with history is at best wanting. can we forget, and has the president ever thought about 1607 and the starving settlers of jamestown who ushered in america? or 1814, when the british burned down the white house? or 1862 when confederates armies in maryland marched within striking distance of president cli lincoln and the capitol itself. 1941 and the fleet burning of pearl harbor and japanese devouring asia. americans shuttered at the thought of defeat but only for a little while as a great nation in the end recovered its nerve. this and much more is history book material if they're teaching it anymore. and the lesson is that america has thrived against long odds. its history is that of a greatness endlessly remaking itself time and again. if the atomic bomb ended one war, then putting a man on the moon ended the 1960s frenzy about the limits of american power. silicon valley and superior technologies were not far behind. opening up more horizons in the nation's history. the term american exceptionalism originated in
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